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Between about 1908 and 1926, Burlington photographer Homer E. Holmes (1862-1928) captured dozens of views of local landmar...
In the first decades of the twentieth century, Burlington photographers C.H. Bessey and B. Benton Barker captured views of...
Photographer Frederick H. Tims (1863-1931), a native of Reading, England, owned a studio at 67 Church Street in Burlington...
In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, downtown Burlington, Vermont contained several large hotels, including th...
The Llewellyn Collection of Vermont History contains numerous images of Burlington streetscapes, including the historic po...
Burlington has always been closely tied to Lake Champlain. The city rose to regional prominence in the nineteenth century ...
Tourism has long been an industry in Vermont. Government officials and private businesses alike have marketed the state as...
In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the sheet music to thousands of popular songs was marketed to American co...
In the Victorian era, advertising cards exploded in popularity among American businesses and consumers alike. Companies ca...